Chalton Gallery is pleased to present the fist solo show in London of British Artist Laura O'Neill. The exhibition includes one recent video installation reconfigured for the back space and a site specific immersive installation.

Our believes have several hidden layers, impossible to be seen. Perhaps only visible for those ones who create; knowledge, values, believes, hope fear and any feeling.

O'Neill immersive installations take you throughout the layers where emotional feelings are constructed. The exhibition addresses the historic political time for the United Kingdom, Europe and the whole World. 'Lost Content' take us from the illusion of The 'New World Order' to a Global polarization, some times called 'The New World Disorder.

Laura O’Neill (b.1990, Wigan) is currently a resident artist at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam. Past projects include; Minshar, Tel Aviv, 2017; Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 2017; Cell Project Space, 2017, Stadio, Switzerland, 2017; Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, 2016; Fact, Liverpool, 2016; Glassbox, Paris, 2016; Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 2016; Composite, Brussels, 2016; ICA Film Biennale, 2016; Focal Point Gallery’s Big Screen, Southend-on-Sea, 2016; Bikini Wax, Mexico City, 2015; ICA, London, 2015; Camden Art Centre, London, 2015; Baltic 39, Newcastle, 2014; Liverpool Biennale, 2014; Spike Island, Bristol, 2013.